Compile-time dependency injection for Dart and Flutter, similar to Dagger.
NOTE: This is not an official Google or Dart team project.
Example code TBD.
- Why is the issue tracker disabled?
- What do you mean by compile-time?
- Can I use this with Flutter
- Can I use this with AngularDart?
- Can I use this with server-side Dart?
Why is the issue tracker disabled?
This library is currently offered as-is (developer preview) as it is open-sourced from an internal repository inside Google. As such we are not able to act on bugs or feature requests at this time.
What do you mean by compile-time?
All dependency injection is analyzed, configured, and generated at compile-time as part of a build process, and does not rely on any runtime setup or configuration (such as reflection with
dart:mirrors). This provides the best experience in terms of code-size and performance (it's nearly identical to hand written code) and allows us to provide compile-time errors and warnings instead of relying on runtime.
Can I use this with Flutter?
package:inject is framework and platform agnostic, and works perfectly well with Flutter or any other framework. We'll be releasing more documentation and samples of using this package with
flutter in the future.
Can I use this with AngularDart?
While technically, yes (
package:inject is framework and platform agnostic), the existing dependency injection framework in AngularDart is better suited for the idioms of that framework. We welcome experimentation and new ideas, though!
Can I use this with server-side Dart?
package:inject is framework and platform agnostic, and works perfectly well with any server-side Dart framework. You may want to consult your specific framework though - they might already have a preferred dependency injection pattern.